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September 2, 2022
This paper uses Netflix’s dystopian Korean-language drama series Squid Game (2021) to illustrate an active learning technique to support the teaching of game theory in undergraduate […]
August 23, 2022
Traditionally, final exams for the fall semester are sandwiched between Thanksgiving and the winter holiday season. Regrettably, the flurry of academic and extracurricular events creates an […]
August 23, 2022
Students are usually taught to compute mixed-strategy equilibria in 2 × 2 games by determining what mixed strategy each player must play in order for the […]
August 23, 2022
In order to assist economics educators at all levels, we have created a website http://www.music4econ.com that houses economic interpretations of songs. Users can click on the […]
May 3, 2022
Costa Rica’s decision to eliminate its military and channel funds into environmental protection and public services has aided in its success. GDP per capita has grown, […]
May 3, 2022
The Walt Disney Company, and its subsidiaries, are responsible for some of the most popular movies in existence. One of the things that makes the classic […]
May 3, 2022
The Teaching Economics with Moneyball website (https://www.moneyballsimulator.info/) includes material we have identified, created, and collated over the years and includes updates to a simulator that can […]
April 12, 2022
The Becker DeGroot Marschak (BDM) mechanism is a widely-used technique to elicit subjects’ willingness to pay for ordinary consumer and environmental goods. In this article, I […]
March 24, 2022
We describe Presentations to the President (PTP), an active learning strategy for a Macroeconomic Principles course in which students take on the role of academic advisors […]
February 17, 2022
This paper explores how music can be used to teach macroeconomic concepts, such as economic growth, unemployment, inflation, monetary policy, and fiscal policy. While economists and […]
February 9, 2022
The many facets of the Keynesian model can seem daunting for students in a Principles of Macroeconomics class. This article provides a classroom activity that engages […]
June 14, 2021
Are fairy tales merely bedtime stories that offer amusement and wisdom for children, or are they stories about how rational individuals (in a world of magic) […]